We humans grieve. We pace shoeless in the rain. We sing hymns to open caskets. We eat tubs of ice cream after breakups. We bury our dead to the symphony of twenty-one gun salutes. We meditate, we cry, we drink whiskey, we bake, we pray, and we create. We go from denial to anger to bargaining to depression to acceptance and back again. We humans grieve in the most wondrous and heartbreaking ways. This is who we are. Our Graveyard Shift, a book of poetry by Unitarian Universalist Hospital Chaplain Dylan Debelis, is a powerful testimony to this world of grief and the light that shines through it.
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